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Our lead story focuses on the shooting death of an attempted murder suspect at Campbell Industrial Park.
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Content supplied by the “Honolulu Star-Advertiser”and the Associated Press.
Accessed on 18 December 2019, 0550 UTC, Post 19998.
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He was the second man killed by Honolulu police officers in less than 24 hours. Read more
If her censure resolution fails, which is expected, it’s not clear how Gabbard will vote on impeachment. Read more
Pacific Gas & Electric reworked a $13.5 billion settlement with victims of deadly wildfires blamed on the utility to try to prevent it from unraveling after California Gov. Gavin Newsom rejected the company’s financial rehabilitation plan. Read more
Owner Brenda Tanaka said she hoped to be able to find a new location, eventually, and to reopen elsewhere in Kailua. Read more
The bill also places transient vacation units into the existing hotel-resort category. Read more
Despite 13 days of crippling train and subway strikes, French President Emmanuel Macron and his government stayed firm. Read more
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden violated secrecy agreements with the U.S. government that allow it to claim proceeds from a memoir he published earlier this year, a judge ruled today. Read more
Pereira’s last day at Honolulu Hale will be Dec. 31. Read more
The church is changing its stance to make it acceptable — but not required — to turn information about abuse claims over to police, prosecutors and judges. Read more
The man, a visitor from Japan, tripped and fell about 15 feet down the trail, and suffered facial abrasions. Read more
Trump maintains he did nothing wrong in seeking foreign investigation of political rivals, and he attacked Democrats for focusing on impeachment. Read more
The vast majority of member donations are used to fund church operations, temples, missions, education and humanitarian needs while another portion is “methodically safeguarded through wise financial management and the building of a prudent reserve for the future,” church spokesman Eric Hawkins said in a statement. Read more
Ewa Elementary and Lanakila Baptist are no longer on lock down. Read more
The impeachment drama surrounding President Donald Trump, or at least various spins on it, is a compelling television draw. Read more
The economic hit is reverberating across the United States in places such as Wichita, Kansas, Stamford, Connecticut, and Cincinnati. Read more
A high surf advisory as well as a wind advisory are in effect for most Hawaiian isles from today through Wednesday morning. Read more
After the screening, the film was met with a slew of positive reviews after director J.J. Abrams told the audience before the film played that he was “mostly terrified” to show the movie, which ran for nearly 2 ½ hours. Read more
Freshwater mussels range from about the size of a large button to the size of a billfold, but the work they do for ecosystems is enormous. Read more
The closure was announced in a bulletin at 8:51 a.m. Read more
The jail sentence, which she said was needed to reflect the seriousness of his crimes, is to be served intermittently during three years of probation. Read more
Police said the crash occurred about 9:05 a.m. Saturday near Turtle Bay Resort. Read more
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